Miami Heat at Boston Celtics Game 6 NBA Pro Basketball Betting Preview

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The scene moves to back to Boston when the Miami Heat faces the Boston Celtics in game six of their best of seven NBA playoff eastern conference finals on Thursday night. Start time from TD Garden in Boston is scheduled for 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN provides the live television broadcast.

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The current betting odds at Oddsmaker at press time has the road team Miami Heat favored by -1 ½ points with the total at 179 ½ points. Those betting the road favored Miami Heat on the money line will lay -130 odds. Boston Celtics money line odds are set at +110.

Boston put the Heat on the brink of elimination following a 94-90 road win in game five as a +7 ½ point road underdog. The total landed over 179 ½ points. Since the series moved to Boston in game three we have seen the Miami Heat struggling with their lack of size and quality in the low post following the injury to Chris Bosh in the Indiana series. What has transpired has been Celtics center Kevin Garnett putting up some big numbers and putting Boston on the edge of an NBA Finals appearance. In the game five win Kevin Garnett was able to lead the Boston win with 26 points and 11 rebounds on 11 of 20 conversions from the floor. Garnett’s contributions were huge as Rajon Rondo shot just 3 of 15, Paul Pierce was 6 of 19 and Ray Allen converted on just 2 of 9 from the floor in Game 5.

The Miami Heat got a combined 57 points from Dwyane Wade and Lebron James in the critical home defeat on Tuesday. Chris Bosh played his first game in this series after being sidelined with an abdominal injury and scored 9 points on 3 of 8 shooting with 7 rebounds.

The trend favors Boston heavily at home as the Celtics are now 11-1 ATS in their past 12 home games against the Miami Heat. Boston is 16-1 straight up on their home court against the Miami Heat over their past 17 meetings at TD Garden. Boston won both games at home with a 10 point win in game three and an overtime two point victory in game four.

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